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The Banana Guard Submissions System by Roberto Tozi

Roberto Tozi is former world level competitor, 5th Degree Black Belt, and is well known for his creation of the “Tozi” or “Sao Paulo” Passing method

  • Explore the dangerous guard systems of this legendary BJJ player
  • Master a library of submissions, back takes, and counters all based off of one systematic approach to the guard


Course Content

Volume 1

Chapter 1 - Introduction 0:00 - 0:23
Chapter 2 - Banana Guard Fundamentals 0:23 - 2:37
Chapter 3 - Fundamentals 2 2:37 - 4:43
Chapter 4 - Omoplata 4:43 - 6:41
Chapter 5 - Triangle 6:41- 9:33
Chapter 6 - Triangle Using The Lapel 9:33 - 12:44
Chapter 7 - Omoplata Using The Lapel 12:44 - 15:41
Chapter 8 - Reverse Triangle 15:41 - 18:53
Chapter 9 - Holding The Head 18:53 - 21:12
Chapter 10 - Banana Guard To Armbar 21:12 - 23:41
Chapter 11 - Banana Guard To Russian Lock 23:41 - 26:52
Chapter 12 - Banana Guard To Full Mount 26:52 - 29:25
Chapter 13 - Banana Guard To Back Take 29:25 - 32:31
Chapter 14 - Back Take With Cross Face 32:31 - 35:10
Chapter 15 - Shoulder Crouch 35:10

Volume 2

Chapter 1 - Chicken Wing To Triangle 0:00 - 2:34
Chapter 2 - Chicken Wing To Armbar 2:34 - 4:40
Chapter 3 - Katagatame 4:40 - 7:18
Chapter 4 - Original Tozi Pass Defense To The Mount 7:18 - 9:33
Chapter 5 - Triangle 9:33 - 12:02
Chapter 6 - Triangle Using The Lapel 12:02 - 14:42
Chapter 7 - Omoplata Using The Lapel 14:42 - 17:18
Chapter 8 - Foot Lock 17:18 - 19:48
Chapter 9 - Calf Slice 19:48 - 22:19
Chapter 10 - Leg Drag Defense To Foot Attack 22:19 - 24:34
Chapter 11 - Banana Guard When Opponent Passes 24:34 - 27:24
Chapter 12 - Loop Choke 27:24 - 29:27
Chapter 13 - Butterfly Sweep 29:27 - 31:49
Chapter 14 - Butterfly Sweep Variation 31:49

The Banana Guard Submissions System by Roberto Tozi

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Roberto Tozi is former world level competitor, 5th Degree Black Belt, and is well known for his creation of the “Tozi” or “Sao Paulo” Passing method

  • Explore the dangerous guard systems of this legendary BJJ player
  • Master a library of submissions, back takes, and counters all based off of one systematic approach to the guard


Course Content

Volume 1

Chapter 1 - Introduction 0:00 - 0:23
Chapter 2 - Banana Guard Fundamentals 0:23 - 2:37
Chapter 3 - Fundamentals 2 2:37 - 4:43
Chapter 4 - Omoplata 4:43 - 6:41
Chapter 5 - Triangle 6:41- 9:33
Chapter 6 - Triangle Using The Lapel 9:33 - 12:44
Chapter 7 - Omoplata Using The Lapel 12:44 - 15:41
Chapter 8 - Reverse Triangle 15:41 - 18:53
Chapter 9 - Holding The Head 18:53 - 21:12
Chapter 10 - Banana Guard To Armbar 21:12 - 23:41
Chapter 11 - Banana Guard To Russian Lock 23:41 - 26:52
Chapter 12 - Banana Guard To Full Mount 26:52 - 29:25
Chapter 13 - Banana Guard To Back Take 29:25 - 32:31
Chapter 14 - Back Take With Cross Face 32:31 - 35:10
Chapter 15 - Shoulder Crouch 35:10

Volume 2

Chapter 1 - Chicken Wing To Triangle 0:00 - 2:34
Chapter 2 - Chicken Wing To Armbar 2:34 - 4:40
Chapter 3 - Katagatame 4:40 - 7:18
Chapter 4 - Original Tozi Pass Defense To The Mount 7:18 - 9:33
Chapter 5 - Triangle 9:33 - 12:02
Chapter 6 - Triangle Using The Lapel 12:02 - 14:42
Chapter 7 - Omoplata Using The Lapel 14:42 - 17:18
Chapter 8 - Foot Lock 17:18 - 19:48
Chapter 9 - Calf Slice 19:48 - 22:19
Chapter 10 - Leg Drag Defense To Foot Attack 22:19 - 24:34
Chapter 11 - Banana Guard When Opponent Passes 24:34 - 27:24
Chapter 12 - Loop Choke 27:24 - 29:27
Chapter 13 - Butterfly Sweep 29:27 - 31:49
Chapter 14 - Butterfly Sweep Variation 31:49